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1 EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0 ADMINISTRATOR S GUIDE P/N E EMC Corporation Corporate Headquarters: Hopkinton, MA

2 Copyright EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Published April, 2006 EMC believes the information in this publication is accurate as of its publication date. The information is subject to change without notice. THE INFORMATION IN THIS PUBLICATION IS PROVIDED AS IS. EMC CORPORATION MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PUBLICATION, AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Use, copying, and distribution of any EMC software described in this publication requires an applicable software license. For the most up-to-date listing of EMC product names, see EMC Corporation Trademarks on EMC.com. All other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. ii EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

3 Contents Preface... ix Chapter 1 Overview About the NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Security requirements Authentication mode NetWorker PowerSnap modules Backup operations Traditional backup Snapshot backups Backup levels Recovery operations Traditional recovery Snapshot recovery Restore types Restore modes Restore time NetWorker User for SQL Server program Fake objects Display conventions Marking items Marking semantics and restrictions Restore window restrictions Error logs for backup and recovery EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide iii

4 Contents Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Manual Backups About manual backups Performing a backup with NetWorker User for SQL Server Task 1: Start the NetWorker User for SQL Server program Task 2: Select the SQL Server data Task 3: Set the backup options Task 4: Set the backup properties for each marked database Task 5: Start and monitor the backup Task 6: Back up the client indexes and bootstrap file Scheduled Backups About scheduled backups Setting backup levels Differences between backup levels Configuring scheduled backups Task 1: Assign a Snapshot Policy (optional) Task 2: Configure one or more group resources Task 3: Configure one or more Client resources Task 4: Configure a schedule and set backup levels Task 5: Configure the NetWorker volume pools Unavailable databases and group backup failure Restoring SQL Server Data Before the restore Rollback restore requirements Piecemeal restore requirements Backing up the active portion of the transaction log Backup the transaction log Backing up the transaction log for SQL Server Backing up the transaction log for SQL Server Express NetWorker Module database restore process Performing a restore with NetWorker User for SQL Server Task 1: Set up the restore Task 2: Specify the browse time (optional) Task 3: View the required volumes (optional) Task 4: Set the restore properties (optional) Task 5: Start the restore iv EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

5 Contents Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Backup and Recovery for Microsoft Cluster Server How the NetWorker client works in a Microsoft Cluster Server How the NMSQL works in a Microsoft Cluster Server How the NMSQL detects SQL Server instances Named instances in failover cluster configurations Active/Passive cluster configurations Active/Active cluster configurations How to run a scheduled backup Requirements for scheduled backups Sample configuration for scheduled backups Configure scheduled backups How to run manual backups and restores for a clustered SQL Server Start a backup or restore from the NetWorker User for SQL Server program Start a manual backup or restore from the command prompt Microsoft SQL Server Microsoft SQL Server recovery models Full recovery model Bulk_Logged recovery model Simple recovery model Specifying database recovery models Changing the recovery model for a database Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and 2005 named log marks Transaction log maintenance How to prevent log overflow SQL Server master database maintenance Database consistency check Perform a database consistency check Multiple Nonclustered Instances of SQL Server How a restore interacts with SQL Server Restoring the SQL Server master database Restoring the SQL Server master database in a cluster Restoring the SQL Server msdb database Restoring both the SQL Server master and msdb databases EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide v

6 Contents Chapter 7 Appendix A Appendix B Disaster Recovery Disaster recovery features System database restore automation Database restore order SQL Server startup complete detection Overwriting capability Procedures for disaster recovery When not to reinstall SQL Server Recovery of a damaged primary disk of the SQL Server Recovery of a damaged binary disk of the SQL Server Recovery of SQL Server and NetWorker server Recovery of SQL Server without reinstalling SQL Server (shortcut) Recovery of SQL Server Use the NetWorker User for SQL Server Program to complete a disaster recovery NetWorker Module Commands Overview of the NMSQL commands... A-2 Using the nsrsqlsv command... A-3 Using NetWorker 7.2 and earlier... A-3 Using NetWorker 7.3 and later... A-4 Command syntax for nsrsqlsv... A-4 Command options for nsrsqlsv... A-5 Using the nsrsqlrc command... A-8 Command syntax for nsrsqlrc... A-8 Command options for nsrsqlrc... A-9 Sample restore command lines... A-14 Using the nwmssql command... A-15 Command options for nwmssql... A-15 Backup and restore command syntax for SQL Server data... A-16 Syntax for a named instance configuration for SQL 2000 and A-17 Syntax for names containing a period, backslash, or colon... A-19 NetWorker Module Permissions Wizard Permissions wizard features... B-2 How to run the permissions wizard... B-2 vi EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

7 Contents Appendix C Striped Backup and Recovery Striping with the NMSQL... C-2 Interleaving... C-2 Striped backups... C-3 Performance considerations for striping... C-3 Perform a striped backup... C-4 Striped recoveries... C-5 Optimal striped recovery versus fail-safe striped recovery... C-5 Performing an optimal striped recovery (best-case scenario)... C-6 Performing a fail-safe striped recovery... C-6 Windows registry entry for striped backup... C-10 Glossary... g-1 Index... i-1 EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide vii

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9 Preface As part of an effort to improve and enhance the performance and capabilities of its product line, EMC from time to time releases revisions of its hardware and software. Therefore, some functions described in this guide may not be supported by all revisions of the software or hardware currently in use. For the most up-to-date information on product features, refer to your product release notes. If a product does not function properly or does not function as described in this guide, go to Audience This guide is part of the EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server (NMSQL) documentation set, and is intended for use by system administrators during installation and setup of the product. Operators who monitor daily backups may also find this guide helpful. Readers of this guide are expected to be familiar with the following: EMC NetWorker products Microsoft SQL Server versions: 7.0, 2000, and 2005 Express EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide ix

10 Preface Organization Chapters and appendixes in this guide are as follows: Chapter or appendix Chapter 1, Overview Chapter 2, Manual Backups Chapter 3, Scheduled Backups Chapter 4, Restoring SQL Server Data Chapter 5, Backup and Recovery for Microsoft Cluster Server Chapter 6, Microsoft SQL Server Chapter 7, Disaster Recovery Appendix A, NetWorker Module Commands Appendix B, NetWorker Module Permissions Wizard Appendix C, Striped Backup and Recovery Describes This chapter provides information about how the NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server software backs up and restores Microsoft SQL Server data. This chapter explains how to use the NetWorker User for SQL Server program to manually back up Microsoft SQL Server databases. This chapter explains how to configure scheduled backups of SQL Server data. This chapter describes the steps required to restore Microsoft SQL Server data by using the NetWorker User for SQL Server program. This chapter explains the NetWorker Module backup and restore procedure for a Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) environment. This chapter addresses Microsoft SQL Server topics. This chapter provides procedures for recovering SQL Server data in the event of a disaster. This appendix provides syntax, notation, and related information for NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server commands and command options. This appendix describes how to use the NetWorker Module Permissions Wizard. This appendix describes how the NetWorker Module uses striping to improve backup and recovery performance. Related documentation The following EMC sources provide additional information relevant to NMSQL 5.0. Related documents include: NMSQL 5.0 documentation set: Installation guide Release notes Online help x EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

11 Preface EMC NetWorker PowerSnap Module Installation and Administrator s Guide These sources, specific to the NetWorker server version, are also available: EMC NetWorker Administrator s Guide EMC NetWorker Installation Guide EMC NetWorker Release Notes Refer to the SQL Server documentation from Microsoft for procedures and administrative information. Conventions used in this guide EMC uses the following conventions for notes and cautions. Note: A note presents information that is important, but not hazard-related.! CAUTION A caution contains information essential to avoid data loss or damage to the system or equipment. The caution may apply to hardware or software. Typographical Conventions EMC uses the following type style conventions in this guide: AVANT GARDE Keystrokes Palatino, bold Palatino, italic Dialog box, button, icon, and menu items in text Selections you can make from the user interface, including buttons, icons, options, and field names New terms or unique word usage in text Command line arguments when used in text Book titles EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide xi

12 Preface Courier, italic Courier Arguments used in examples of command line syntax. System prompts and displays and specific filenames or complete paths. For example: working root directory [/user/emc]: c:\program Files\EMC\Symapi\db Courier, bold User entry. For example: symmpoll -p Options in command line syntax Where to get help Your comments For EMC technical support, product sales, and licensing information, go to: Comments and suggestions about our product documentation are always welcome. To provide feedback: 1. Go to: 2. Click the Documentation link. 3. Click the Technical Publications Customer Survey link at the top of the page to comment on a particular guide. xii EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

13 Invisible Body Tag 1 Overview This chapter provides information about how the EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server (NMSQL) software backs up and restores Microsoft SQL Server data. This chapter includes the following sections: About the NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Backup operations Recovery operations NetWorker User for SQL Server program Error logs for backup and recovery Overview 1-1

14 Overview About the NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server The NetWorker Module 5.0 for Microsoft SQL Server is a NetWorker add-on module that provides backup and restore of the following database and transaction logs: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 The NetWorker software provides backup and restore capabilities for file system data only. A file system backup, however, does not save SQL Server data in a recoverable form. The NMSQL enables the NetWorker software to back up and restore Microsoft SQL Server data. The NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Installation Guide provides details about NetWorker software and NMSQL configuration. Security requirements Use of the NMSQL to back up Microsoft SQL Server databases requires that the proper privileges be granted to the NMSQL process. Microsoft SQL Server imposes the following requirements on third-party backup products, such as the NMSQL: The logon account that the third-party backup process uses to connect to SQL Server must be granted the SQL Server system administrator (sysadmin) role in order to issue the T-SQL BACKUP query. The Windows logon account under which the third-party backup process is running must be granted the SQL Server sysadmin role in order to open a shared memory handle when initializing the Microsoft Virtual Device Interface (VDI). NMSQL imposes the following requirements: When using the nsrsqlsv and nsrsqlrc commands, the Windows logon account must be granted the SQL Server sysadmin role. NetWorker User for SQL Server must be a member of the local Backup Operators group. 1-2 EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

15 Overview NetWorker User for SQL Server must be a member of the local Administrators group.! CAUTION If running the NMSQL on Microsoft Windows Server 2003, user accounts or groups are not required to be a member of the local administrators group. However, if you do not have administrative privileges, then run the NMSQL software from the console, not from Remote Desktop/terminal services. Otherwise, it causes failures even if all permissions are correct. Note: Windows Server 2003 enforces new security constraints in which the default user account is limited, and does not have the necessary privileges to run the NMSQL. The Permissions Wizard however, enables a local system administrator to easily configure user accounts and groups to run the NMSQL. Appendix B, NetWorker Module Permissions Wizard provides more information. Authentication mode Microsoft SQL Server provides two authentication modes: Windows authentication mode Mixed mode (Windows authentication and SQL Server authentication) Regardless of the authentication mode, you must add the Windows logon account to the SQL Server sysadmin role under which the NMSQL runs. Windows authentication mode When running in Windows Authentication Mode, the Windows logon account that the NMSQL process uses must be granted the SQL Server sysadmin role. The administrator and BUILTIN\administrator accounts are automatically members of the sysadmin role. Mixed mode When running in mixed mode and using a SQL Server logon account to connect to Microsoft SQL Server, the logon account must be granted the sysadmin role. Microsoft documentation provides more information on how to add members to a SQL Server role. About the NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server 1-3

16 Overview NetWorker PowerSnap modules The NMSQL software supports NetWorker PowerSnap Modules, which are interfaces between a Snapshot-capable storage subsystem and the NetWorker and NMSQL software. By using the PowerSnap Module appropriate for the SQL Server storage subsystem, you can create and manage point-in-time (PIT) copies (snapshots) of Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and 2005 data. The NMSQL supports Snapshot operations in environments where SQL components are located on hardware that comprise multiple storage subsystems, provided that each storage subsystem is Snapshot capable. The NetWorker PowerSnap Module Installation and Administrator s Guide for the specific storage subsystem provides more information on PowerSnap Modules. The Compatibility Guides at provides a current list of supported storage subsystems. Homogenous storage platform environment The NMSQL supports Snapshot backup operations in homogenous storage platform environments only. All SQL components (databases and log files) must be located on a Snapshot-capable storage subsystem. For environments in which any of the SQL components are on hardware that is not Snapshot capable, the NMSQL supports traditional backup and restore operations only. Note: When processing a Snapshot backup request, if the NMSQL detects that any SQL objects included in the request are located on storage hardware that is not Snapshot capable, the backup operation terminates and an error message appears. LAN and LAN-free environments In LAN and LAN-free environments, the NMSQL supports the following: Snapshot operations Serverless backup method 1-4 EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

17 Overview The NetWorker PowerSnap Module Installation and Administrator s Guide for the specific storage subsystem provides more information about support for LAN and LAN-free environments. Backup operations The following sections provide an overview of the NMSQL traditional and Snapshot backup operations. Traditional backup You can run a traditional backup of SQL data at any time, completely independent of any scheduled backups. Chapter 2, Manual Backups provides information on manual backups. Note: Traditional backups are often referred to as manual backups or as ad hoc backups. To configure a scheduled backup to start at a designated time and perform a routine backup procedure, an administrator must set the NetWorker server resource attributes by using the NetWorker Administrator program or the NetWorker Configuration Wizard. Configuring scheduled backups on page 3-7 provides more information on scheduled backups. For traditional backups, Microsoft SQL Server supports database, file, filegroup, and transaction log backups. The NMSQL provides the mechanism that integrates the SQL database backup technology with the NetWorker software. Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and 2005 provide support for backing up and restoring filegroups and files. In addition to creating a level full file or filegroup backup, SQL Server 2000 and 2005 support the creation of filegroup differential and file differential backups. A filegroup differential backup may actually reduce both media requirements and restore time. The data can be stored across more than one disk or disk partition, and restore time may be reduced. A differential can substitute for any log backups performed between the full and differential backups. You must perform the full backup first. Backup operations 1-5

18 Overview Note: If a database has been made read-only, a full backup of the database should be made. A restore of the read-only database cannot then be made from a transaction log backup that may already exist. If a backup was created by using NMSQL release 3.0 or later, a SQL Server 7.0, 2000, or 2005 file or filegroup can also be restored from a full database backup. Traditional backup process Figure 1-1 on page 1-6 shows an overview of the process interactions among the NetWorker client and server, NMSQL, and SQL server software during a traditional backup. NetWorker Client Microsoft SQL Server Databases and Logs NetWorker Server File Index Media Database Storage Media SQL Backup API nsrsqlsv NetWorker XBSA nsrindexd nsrmmdbd data inter-process communication nsrmmd nsrexecd savegrp nsrd Figure 1-1 Traditional backup command and data flow 1-6 EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

19 Overview The process is explained here: 1. The nsrd program starts a traditional backup on the NetWorker server. 2. The savegrp program executes the NMSQL backup command (nsrsqlsv) on the client instead of performing a standard NetWorker save. 3. The nsrsqlsv program passes the backup data from SQL Server to the NetWorker server through an X-Open Backup Services application programming interface (XBSA). The NetWorker server software performs all scheduling and storage management tasks. The administrator s guide provides information about the NetWorker services and operations described in this chapter. Snapshot backups Snapshot backups are configured as scheduled backups on the NetWorker server. The NMSQL does not support manual Snapshot backups from either the NetWorker User for SQL Server program or the command prompt. The NMSQL supports: Full snapshot backups of SQL Server databases. Backups of only one database per scheduled backup. Note: A snapshot backup fails if more than one database, or MSSQL, is specified for the Save Set attribute. For snapshot backups, list only one database for the Save Set attribute. Refer to your Microsoft SQL documentation for additional information. The NMSQL does not support: Differential or incremental (transaction log) backups for databases under a snapshot schedule. Snapshot backups for individual filegroups or files. Snapshot backups of the SQL Server master database. Backup operations 1-7

20 Overview Note: Store snapshots on a separate volume. Databases intended for Snapshot operations should be isolated on their own volumes. Databases may span one or more volumes for data and log files. It is not necessary to install SQL Server on a volume capable of storing snapshots, unless file system snapshots are intended to maintain SQL Server files (not databases). Other (non-database) files located on database snapshot volumes will be overwritten during rollback operations. The NMSQL supports three types of snapshot backups: Instant Nonpersistent Serverless Instant backup An instant backup creates a PIT (point in time), or snapshot, of a SQL Server database and retains the snapshot on the SQL Server s primary storage subsystem. Depending on how backups are configured, a snapshot created during an instant backup may or may not be moved to secondary storage on the NetWorker server or storage node. Whether the snapshot should be retained is dependent on the snapshot policy. There are three ways to manage PIT snapshot backups: A PIT copy of the data is created and immediately backed up to tape or disk, and the original snapshot is deleted after the backup is complete. A save set that is created on tape is called a Rollover Save Set. This process enables you to perform a rollover restore. An existing PIT copy of the data can be copied to a tape or disk, much like a traditional NetWorker backup and the original PIT copy, is retained on the SQL Server s primary storage subsystem. Thus, two copies of this backup exist. This process enables you to perform a rollover or PIT restore. A PIT copy of the data is created and retained on the SQL Server s primary storage subsystem and no other copy is maintained. You can use this copy to perform a PIT restore only once. If the PIT restore fails for any reason, you must restore from another backup (another snapshot or normal tape). 1-8 EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

21 Overview While the snapshot resides on the SQL Server s primary storage subsystem, it is referred to as a persistent snapshot. Retaining persistent snapshots on primary storage enables the NMSQL to perform an instant restore. Rollback restore type on page 1-17 provides information about rollback restores. Depending on the capabilities of SQL Server s storage subsystem, schedule instant backups to be performed several times per day. By scheduling frequent instant backups, such as every few hours, exposure to data loss is minimized. You can quickly perform an instant restore to return the SQL Server to a recent point in time. Nonpersistent backup A nonpersistent snapshot backup creates a point-in-time copy of a SQL database, and then immediately moves it to secondary storage on the NetWorker server or storage node. The original snapshot is automatically deleted from primary storage. Note: In NMSQL log files, the operation type for a nonpersistent snapshot backup operation is conventional backup. Serverless backups In a serverless backup, a snapshot is created on the SQL Server s primary storage subsystem and then immediately moved to secondary storage by a proxy client. There is no need for the SQL Server host to move the data to the secondary storage medium (typically tape). Snapshot backup process Figure 1-2 on page 1-10 shows an overview of the interactions among the NetWorker client and server, NMSQL, PowerSnap Module, and SQL Server software during a snapshot backup. Backup operations 1-9

22 Overview NetWorker Client Microsoft SQL 2000 Server Databases and Logs NetWorker Server File Index Media Database Storage Medium PowerSnap nsrsqlsv BRC nsrindexd nsrmmdbd nsrsnap data nsrmmd nsrexecd savegrp nsrd inter-process communication Figure 1-2 Snapshot backup command and data flow The PowerSnap Module Backup Recover Control (BRC) service, running on the SQL Server, provides Snapshot functionality to the NMSQL. Through the BRC application programming interface (API), the NMSQL determines if SQL Server databases and transaction logs are located on Snapshot-capable hardware, and therefore eligible for Snapshot backups. The BRC API also provides NetWorker indexing and media database services, and enables the NMSQL to specify which files are moved to secondary storage. The PowerSnap Module s nsrsnap program is invoked when the NetWorker server initiates a scheduled Snapshot backup. The nsrsnap program queries the NetWorker server for configuration information, such as the Snapshot policy, then executes the nsrsqlsv backup program with a command that saves a snapshot on the primary storage EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

23 Overview Snapshot data mover The snapshot data mover (also called proxy client) is the computer that actually moves the data during a Snapshot operation. By default, the SQL Server host is the data mover. However, you can use the NSR_DATA_MOVER attribute to specify a different computer to act as data mover. In this case, the PowerSnap nsrsnap_save program on the data mover computer performs the backup. Backup levels Table 1-1 The NetWorker software provides three main levels of backup: full, incremental, and differential, where differential is specified as any level from 1 to 9. The NMSQL also provides full, incremental, and differential backups. An incremental backup, done from the command line, corresponds to a Microsoft SQL Server transaction log backup. A log file backup by itself cannot be used to restore a database. A log file is used after a database restore to recover the database to the point of the original failure. A differential backup, specified as any level from 1 to 9, is done from the command line, and makes a copy of all the pages in a database modified after the last full database backup. Table 1-1 on page 1-11 shows how the terminology for backup levels used in the Microsoft SQL Server product differs from the terminology used in the NMSQL product. Terminology Function NMSQL term SQL Server term Backs up an entire file, filegroup, or database. Backs up all transaction log changes since the most recent full, differential, or transaction log backup. Backs up all database changes, including filegroups and files, since the last full backup. Full file, filegroup, or database backup (full) Incremental database backup (incr) File, filegroup, or database differential backup (diff) File, filegroup, or database backup Transaction log (also called xlog) backup Differential backup Backup operations 1-11

24 Overview Figure 1-2 on page 1-10 summarizes where the NMSQL backup procedures can be initiated and which backup levels are supported for each interface. Table 1-2 Where to initiate backup operations Backup type Backup initiated from Backup levels available full incr diff Scheduled NetWorker Administrator program on the server Yes Yes Yes Manual Command line on the NetWorker server that is a client host NetWorker User for SQL Server program on the client Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Recovery operations You can recover data from a traditional or Snapshot backup at any time by using the NetWorker User for SQL Server program. Alternatively, you can recover data from a traditional backup by running the NMSQL recover command (nsrsqlrc) from the command prompt. You cannot recover snapshot backups from the command prompt. Traditional recovery Using NMSQL s traditional recovery operation, you can recover files, filegroups, databases, and transaction log backups. Chapter 4, Restoring SQL Server Data provides additional information about traditional recovery operations. Traditional recovery process Figure 1-3 on page 1-13 shows the functional relationship between the NetWorker server, the NMSQL, and the SQL Server products during a traditional recovery operation EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

25 Overview NetWorker Client Microsoft SQL Server Databases and Logs NetWorker Server File Index Media Database Storage Media SQL Backup API nsrsqlrc NetWorker XBSA nsrindexd nsrmmdbd inter-process communication data nsrmmd nsrd Figure 1-3 Traditional recovery command and data flow A request for a traditional restore operation: 1. The nsrsqlrc command is invoked for the NMSQL recover. 2. The NetWorker XBSA API translates the object names requested by the NMSQL into a format the NetWorker software understands, and forwards them to the NetWorker server nsrd service. 3. The media service, nsrmmd, invokes nsrmmdbd to search the NetWorker server s media database for the volumes that contain the objects requested. 4. After the media is mounted, the nsrmmd program sends the data through the NetWorker XBSA API to nsrsqlrc, which recovers the data to the Microsoft SQL Server directories. Recovery operations 1-13

26 Overview Snapshot recovery A snapshot recovery operation can be performed at the file, filegroup, or database level from a full database snapshot. The NMSQL supports one type of snapshot restore operation called an instant restore. An instant restore operation recovers data from a PIT snapshot, but does not eradicate the original snapshot. Chapter 4, Restoring SQL Server Data provides additional information on snapshot recovery. Note: The NMSQL does not support a snapshot recovery of the SQL Server master database. Snapshot recovery process Figure 1-4 on page 1-14 shows the interaction among the NetWorker client and server, NMSQL, PowerSnap Module, and Microsoft SQL Server software during a snapshot recovery operation. NetWorker Client Microsoft SQL Server Databases and Logs NetWorker Server File Index Media Database Storage Medium PowerSnap nsrsqlrc BRC nsrindexd nsrmmdbd data nsrmmd inter-process communication nsrd Figure 1-4 Snapshot recovery command and data flow 1-14 EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

27 Overview A request for a snapshot recovery: 1. The nsrsqlrc command is invoked for the NMSQL. Snapshot recoveries are managed by the PowerSnap Backup Recovery Control (BRC) service, through the BRC API. 2. The BRC service interacts with the NetWorker server to locate the volumes that contain the requested data. 3. In certain cases, the nsrsnap_save program on the data mover computer sends the data through the BRC API to the nsrsqlrc program for recovery. This occurs in cases where the NetWorker client with access to the snapshot backup is not the target SQL Server host for the recovery, a different NetWorker client must be used as the data mover. Restore types To restore data, the NMSQL requires that a restore type be specified. The restore type is based on the level of backup created, as well as the set of data you need to restore from a backup. The restore type must be specified before browsing and selecting objects for the restore. The NMSQL supports four restore types: normal, partial (piecemeal) verify-only, and copy restore, depending on the version of Microsoft SQL Server software involved, as shown in Table 1-3 on page Table 1-3 Restore types supported with NetWorker Module for SQL user program Microsoft SQL Server version Restore type Normal Partial Piecemeal Verify Copy SQL 7.0 x x x SQL 2000 x x x x SQL 2005 Enterprise ed. SQL 2005 Standard ed. x x x x x x x Workgroup ed. x x x Express x x x Recovery operations 1-15

28 Overview Normal restore type Partial restore type The normal restore type restores the entire set of data associated with one or more SQL Server 7.0 or later backups, including full, incremental, and differential backups. The normal restore type supports recovery of a file, filegroup, or a database to the database originally backed up. The normal restore type can restore level full, level 1 (differential), and level incremental backups in the order required by SQL Server. When performing a restore, the NMSQL uses the normal restore type as the default. Because the NMSQL can back up only specified files and filegroups of a SQL Server 7.0 or later database, restoring from a media failure that affects only a subset of the data in the databases is possible. In addition, a single filegroup, or multiple filegroups and/or files, can be restored from a full database backup. The partial restore type restores a portion of the filegroups associated with a single SQL Server 2000 database backup. When a partial database restore is performed, the primary filegroup and associated files are always restored, in addition to the files specified for restore. The primary filegroup contains information necessary for restoring the database to the proper structure. Files or filegroups not selected are created, but are empty. Only a single item can be marked for this operation. In addition, a copy of a system database can be marked, but it cannot be overwritten. Piecemeal restore type A piecemeal restore, released with SQL Server 2005, is the next generation of the partial restore. Note: The piecemeal restore is supported only with the Enterprise edition of SQL Server Piecemeal restore is a multi-stage process that enables you to restore filegroups incrementally to a new or existing database. The first stage of a piecemeal restore includes the primary filegroup and any number of secondary filegroups, which is similar to the partial restore. After the primary filegroup is restored, the database can be brought online and additional filegroups can be restored as needed EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

29 Overview Verify-only restore type Copy restore type The verify-only restore type verifies only the backup media for the selected SQL Server 7.0 or later backups. Selecting the verify-only restore type does not restore the SQL Server data. In addition, when verify-only is specified, item-level properties for file, filegroup, and database objects are not available. A copy restore is an operation in which data is recovered to a SQL Server host other than the one from which it was backed up. Note that copy restore from and to the same SQL Server instance also can be done. The copy restore type creates a copy of a database by restoring a SQL Server 7.0 or later database backup to a new location, or to a new database name. The copy restore type makes it easy to replicate a database that was previously backed up. You can only mark a single item for this operation. In addition, you can copy a system database, but you cannot overwrite it. The NMSQL enables you to restore Snapshot backups to a SQL Server host that does not have a Snapshot-capable storage subsystem. Copy restore of Snapshot backups A copy restore of a Snapshot backup supports the creation of a new database for the following scenarios: Copy restore of an instant backup to a new location. Copy restore of an instant backup to another database on the same host within the same storage array. Copy restore of an instant backup to a new database on the same host within a different storage array. Copy restore from a rollover. Copy restore to another database on the same host. Copy restore to another database on a different host. Rollback restore type NMSQL backups can use the PowerSnap Module functionality to create a PIT copy of a file system that belongs to a SQL Module client. This is considered an instant backup since the copy serves as the backup. Many instant backups can be performed in a single day, thus reducing the exposure to data loss. Recovery operations 1-17

30 Overview When a PIT copy is created, a unique save set ID is assigned. In addition, when the data from that PIT copy is backed up to a tape or disk medium, a different save set ID is assigned to that data. By having two unique save set IDs, the snapshots (PIT copies) can be handled separately from the backed-up data. Both are stored until either the PIT or rollover expiration policy setting. The copies of the data are removed only when all snapshots and backups of the data have been deleted. A rollback recovers a specific PIT copy to one or more volumes. You can request a rollback without having to retrieve data from a secondary storage system. Rollback of a managed or non-managed volume prevents the snapshot from being maintained and causes the snap set to become invalid. To minimize risk to data, first perform a tape backup of the snapshot before performing a rollback operation. Rollbacks are destructive by nature, which means that the entire contents of the file system is overwritten. As a default safety check, a rollback can only restore the original volume. Chapter 4, Restoring SQL Server Data provides more information. Note: The Microsoft SQL Server module has the ability to detect volume overlap. A warning is displayed if a database is being restored to volumes that have files from other databases. Restore modes Normal restore mode To restore a database, the NMSQL requires that a restore mode be specified. A restore mode instructs the SQL Server how to interact with the database after the restore operation completes. For instance, restore modes can leave the database in an intermediate state, so that additional transaction logs can be applied. Restore modes correspond to SQL Server database restore options and include: normal, no-recovery, and standby. The normal restore mode instructs SQL Server to leave the database in an operational state after the restore completes. This then enables database reads and writes. The normal restore mode is the default mode the NMSQL uses when restoring a database EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

31 Overview No-recovery restore mode The no-recovery restore mode activates the SQL Server NORECOVERY database restore option for the last stage restored. The no-recovery restore mode places the database in an unloadable state after the restore, but is still able to process additional transaction log restore operations. Standby restore mode Online restore mode The standby restore mode activates the SQL Server STANDBY database restore option for the last stage restored, which forces the database to be in a read-only state between transaction log restore operations. The standby restore mode provides an undo file for SQL Server to use when rolling back the transactions. SQL Server 2005 provides the ability to perform a restore operation while a SQL Server database is active. The database is completely offline only while the primary filegroup is being restored. Once the primary filegroup is restored, the database can be brought online while the rest of the filegroups are being restored, and then only the data that is being restored is unavailable. The rest of the database remains available during this type of restore. Earlier versions of SQL Server require that you bring a database offline before you restore the database. Restore time Microsoft SQL Server and the NMSQL enable you to restore backups to a specific restore time. The restore time controls which backup data should be reinstated when a database is restored. The restore time may also control which portions of a level incremental backup are to be restored when the NMSQL is instructed to discard transactions performed after a given time. The default or current restore time for each database comes from the create time of the marked item. By default, the most recent backup is restored. If the most recent backup is level incremental or 1, dependent backups are restored first. User-specified restore times can restore older backup versions or perform point-in-time restore operations. For instance, a point-in-time restore may be specified by using a restore time that is earlier than the create time of the transaction log backup, but later than the create time of the previous backup. Recovery operations 1-19

32 Overview The NMSQL provides three methods for restoring to a specific time: database backup versions, point-in-time restore of a transaction log (level incremental) backup, and restoring to a named log mark. NetWorker User for SQL Server program The NetWorker User for SQL Server program is a graphical user interface that is used to run manual backups and restores of SQL Server data objects. The NetWorker program displays the data items in the SQL Server storage hierarchy for the selected SQL Server instance in the Backup and Restore windows. The Backup and Restore windows are split into two panes. The left pane consists of expandable trees that display the SQL Server storage hierarchy found on the current NMSQL host. The NetWorker User for SQL Server program enables you to browse the filegroups and files contained in a database. However, the program may display certain data items that are contained in the storage hierarchy, but are not available for backup or restore operations. These are referred to as fake objects. Fake objects When a file or filegroup exists in the SQL Server storage hierarchy, but cannot be backed up because of SQL Server settings on the database, the item is displayed in the Backup window by using the fake filegroup or fake file conventions outlined in Figure 1-5 on page In addition, if you try to mark a fake object, an error dialog box appears. Figure 1-5 Marking a fake object 1-20 EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

33 Overview Microsoft SQL Server recovery models on page 6-2 provides more information about the constraints Microsoft SQL Servers 2000 and 2005 enforce that determine whether an item is available for backup or restore. Display conventions Table 1-4 The NMSQL uses specific data item names, text characteristics, and icons to distinguish the variable qualities of SQL Server data. Figure 1-4 on page 1-14 outlines these conventions. SQL Server storage hierarchy display conventions Data item Description Pane Icon SQL Server Root of the storage hierarchy Signifies all SQL Server databases on the host Database Descendant of root Signifies a database May contain filegroups Filegroup Descendant of a database Signifies a database filegroup May contain files Left only Left and right Left or right Fake filegroup Signifies that the filegroup cannot be selected for backup Left or right File Descendant of a filegroup Signifies a database file Right only Fake File Signifies that the file cannot be selected for backup Right only NetWorker User for SQL Server program 1-21

34 Overview Marking items The NMSQL provides the following methods for marking and unmarking items for backup or restore operations: Click the checkbox to the left of the item to mark it. To unmark it, click the checkbox again. Click the item to select it, and then click the Mark button in the toolbar. To unmark it, click the Unmark button in the toolbar. Right-click the item to mark it and select Mark from the shortcut menu. To unmark it, select Unmark from the shortcut menu. Click the item to select it, and then choose Mark from the File menu. To unmark it, choose Unmark from the File menu. Note: Some SQL Server data items are visible, but cannot be marked. For example, when certain database options are set, SQL Server does not allow file or filegroup backups. These items are displayed by using visual and behavioral cues to distinguish them from normal data items. Table 1-4 on page 1-21 provides more information on display conventions. The NMSQL provides marking indicators that help determine the state of each item in the browse tree: Unmarked An unmarked item is one that is not selected for backup or restore. An empty checkbox appears to the left of each unselected item to indicate it is unmarked, as shown in Figure 1-6 on page Figure 1-6 Unmarked items 1-22 EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

35 Overview Marked A marked item is one that is selected for backup or restore. A check mark appears in the checkbox to the left of each marked item, as shown in Figure 1-7 on page Figure 1-7 Marked items Partially marked A partially marked item is one that has marked descendants, but the item itself is not explicitly marked. A partially marked item is not backed up or restored. A check mark appears in a gray check box to the left of each partially marked item, as shown. Figure 1-8 Partially marked items NetWorker User for SQL Server program 1-23

36 Overview Marking semantics and restrictions To support the browsing capabilities, the NMSQL imposes certain semantics and restrictions regarding how items may be marked. Whether an item can be marked is based on the mark status of that item s predecessors and descendants. Depending upon what is marked, message dialog boxes may appear to provide additional information on the current marks and the type of operation. The NMSQL enables you to do the following: Mark a single file, filegroup, or database. Mark multiple, heterogeneous items. Mark an item when any of that item s surrounding items are already marked. Mark or unmark all SQL Server data by right-clicking the root item and selecting Mark All Databases or Unmark All Databases from the shortcut menu. Unmark all databases from the SQL Server root. The NMSQL imposes the following restrictions: You cannot mark an item if any of the predecessors of descendants are already marked except in the SQL Server root. When a database is marked, all of the item s descendants are not automatically marked. When a filegroup is marked, all of the files are not automatically marked. Restore window restrictions In the Restore window, the rules for marking an item are based on the selected restore type. The normal and verify restore types do not restrict marking in any way. All restorable objects (file, filegroup, database) are markable. When the partial, piecemeal, or copy restore type is chosen, only one database object can be marked. Marking the root SQL Server item is not permitted. When the partial or piecemeal restore type is chosen, the subset of filegroups and files of the selected database must be marked by using the Properties dialog box. Task 4: Set the restore properties (optional) on page 4-36 provides more information about the Properties dialog box EMC NetWorker Module for Microsoft SQL Server Release 5.0, Administrator s Guide

37 Overview For piecemeal restore, several of the selections you may make in the Properties dialog box will be reset if you revisit the Properties dialog box again before starting the restore process. The selections that will be reset include: Marked files and filenames of the selected database. Name for restored database option (Files tab). Back up the active portion of the transaction log before restoring the database checkbox (General tab). Redisplaying the Properties dialog box in this type of restore causes the previous selections of these options to be removed. Figure 1-9 on page 1-25 identifies the message displayed when this occurs. Figure 1-9 Restore Options error message When the copy restore type is chosen, filegroups and files of the selected database are automatically marked and restored as part of the full database restore. Error logs for backup and recovery To help you diagnose problems, the NMSQL writes the following types of information to an application-specific log file during backup and restore operations: Software configuration information Operation parameters Operation status and error messages The log files are written into the nsr\applogs folder on the SQL Server host. The log files are cumulative and are appended each time the nsrsqlsv or nsrsqlrc program runs. Log space management is crucial because the log file is truncated when disk space is exhausted. Table 1-5 on page 1-26 cross-references the program and log file names. Error logs for backup and recovery 1-25

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